Though it’s kind of odd to think about seasoning one’s food out of something that has touched one’s feet, these shoe-shaped by Jonathan Adler are kinda cool.
Poop Jokes about poop Ringworm Jokes about ringworm Eczema misdiagnosed as ringworm Jokes about eczema misdiagnosed as ringworm The number 64 Driving a minivan Mass-produced Che Guevara T-shirts Giveaways of any kind, but especially for toilet paper No sponsored posts for almost a decade, and then three in less than two weeks. Wait, that is […]
At a party at BlogWorld, I spoke to a guy who was trying to help his client (a clothing company) get a foothold in the social media arena. One of the ways he was considering doing this was through hiring TwitterMoms, a site that publicizes itself as “the influential moms network,” to promote his client’s […]
I don’t know — do people still have cookie jars? When I was growing up, the cookies never lasted long enough to make it into a jar anyway. But I think at one point cookie jars were a thing, and it looks like Jonathan Adler is singlehandedly trying to bring them back. See below. 1. […]
The X-Mas Pot is an alternative to the usual hidden Christmas tree stand made by Bloom, a Dutch flowerpot company. The added benefit to using one of these is that cats and errant babies and toddlers cannot reach your glass ornaments as easily and therefore you don’t have to babyproof so closely. The X-Mas Pot […]
This Taste No. 5 paste is supposed to add a dash of umami to whatever it is you’re making without the hassle of, you know, cooking, or whatever it is you people do in the kitchen.
Lots Of Sponsored Posts In Small Niche Significantly Less Annoying When Linked To Ostensibly Good Cause, Sans Phone Giveaway, Experts Say
Last week, I ranted a bit about the number of blogs who were doing the same sponsored giveaway on the same day for the Windows 7 phone. This week, there was another blanket sponsored post campaign appearing in some blogs represented by both Federated Media and Clever Girls Collective (now associated with Federated Media for […]
I saw this gadget for keeping your earphones organized and immediately, immediately ordered one for Mr. Right-Click. No time to spare! I cannot tell you the issues that lost earphones cause in this household. If the BudTrap even solves one of these, it’s worth the price of admission.
Sometimes Mini and I will be watching something on Nickelodeon or whatever and I won’t catch the Tivo before the commercials start. I’ve named what follows I Want That!, and it goes a something like this: Mini: I want that! Me: [frantically searching for remote] You do? Mini: Yes, I want it. Me: Well — […]
I’m not really sure how much it costs or how to order it, but if you can read Japanese and/or you’re willing to take a leap of faith, you can find out more information here.